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    Emmerson: Plot Summary

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    opportunity to make good money if he can convince his friend to throw a golf game. The situation grows out of control and he has to find a way out of it. The plot idea has merit and is a nice setup for comedy, conflict, and character transformation. The goal is clear. With that said, the script would benefit from further development. The structure can be strengthened. The story opens with a scene that takes place in the present day storyline and then the script transitions back to four years earlier. Reconsider this structure. In the opening scene,…

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    1.1 Plot is an events that occur in a story, it is a series of an events which gathering from a beginning to an ending of a story. Plot is a significant factor in order to present a story, it has both of simple and complex plots in order to analyze film. The key elements that using for an analyzed will have the chronology as follows 1.1.1 Exposition is a first procedure of a story beginning, convince the audience to follow a story, introduce characters, display settings including to a…

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    Romeo + Juliet: a summary Imagine that you are to explain the main plot and other interesting details of the movie Romeo + Juliet to a person that you do not know very well. This means that we can be a bit informal in our language, but not our grammar and punctuation. The summary should be around 300 - 400 words, Ariel and 1.5 spacing The summary should include: Film title. Plot: what happens in the film? Does the plot make sense? Is it easy enough to follow? Is it believable?…

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    The script PLOT POINT presents with an original and creative voice. The story combines psychological drama with an action thriller. There are several strong themes that are skillfully incorporated into the plot about freedom, second chances, and life choices. The script presents with a non-conventional structure in which two parallel stories are told. One is the protagonist’s “reality” and the other is the protagonist’s fantasy story. However, the script cleverly pulls both worlds together. The…

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    How to Identify a Good Plot - Ketchersid There are five golden rules a plot follows in a movie in order to be good. Following these steps helps to insure the author did not forget any major parts and keeps the author from straying off the topic. Plot Skeleton -Ketchersid The first part component of a good plot is a good plot skeleton. A good plot must have several major plot points and the steps to resolve them. The skeleton itself does not consist of any details but they will be added into the…

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    Macbeth and the Gunpowder Plot On March 24, 1603 Queen Elizabeth the first of England died and her reign was gathered by King James the sixth of Scotland. With this new leadership, many citizens began to have hope for the future of their country. Prior to King James ' possession of the throne, Britain had decades of controversy between the new Protestant religion, and the tradition Catholic beliefs. Because King James had a Catholic mother, wife, and daughter it seemed as though he would turn…

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    Guy Fawkes Gunpowder Plot

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    In 1604 in London five men planned a plot together to kill King James. This plot is celebrated each year in the United Kingdom with Bon Fire Night, fire works and “Penny for the Guy.” The story begins with the main conspirator Robert Catesby. Catesby brought together 8 men who felt the way way Catesby felt against the Protestant King. One of these men that joined Catesby in his plot was Guy Fawkes also known as Guido Fawkes. Guy Fawkes was born on April 13 1510 in Stonegate, York. After the…

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    Most of the stories I have read all have a similar plot structure. They start with the exposition to introduce the characters. Then the rising action that lead to the conflict or the climax of the story. After the conflict is established, there is the falling action. Lastly, the story comes to a resolution. Christopher Paul Curtis wrote The Watsons Go to Birmingham a little differently. The story starts by introducing Kenny and his family who live in Flint, Michigan. We learn that every…

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    Exactly what political climate allows men that use manipulation and the exploitation of prejudices to ascend to power? This is a question which is addressed in the novel Plot Against America by Philip Roth and the mockumentary Bob Roberts starring, directed by, and written by Tim Collins. These works of art explore the nature behind demagogues and populist candidates and how they rise to political prominence. Philip Roth’s fictional representation of Charles Lindbergh and Tim Collins fictional…

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    is needed for spare parts. Matt escapes to Atzland where He meets Doña Esperanza and takes over opium. The setting plays a big part in the story, so does characterization, and finally the plot of the book. Setting plays a big role in some books like The House of the Scorpion. Opium is a drug land between the US and Atzland AKA Mexico. The country of opium is a dry dusty quiet…

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